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After Mars Hill, Will the Multisite Church Movement Grow Up?
[7/6/2015]
Christianity Today: Charles North, Ph.D., associate professor of economics in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, is quoted in this in-depth article addressing the positives and negatives, risks and rewards, of the multisite church movement. North likened the fall of Mars Hill (a multisite church in Sammamish, Washington) to a successful startup business that endures a leadership succession, with the pastor as CEO. “The pastor is the face of that church,” North said. “How do you get a successor who is going to fill that role?”
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The Challenges of Free Trade Across the Atlantic
[5/12/2015]
Joe McKinney, Ben H. Williams Professor of International Economics and associate director of the McBride Center for International Business, is an expert in international trade policy. He has testified before the Trade Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives’ Ways and Means Committee, the U.S. International Trade Commission on the economic effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the U.S. Trade Deficit Review Commission concerning the implications of persistent trade deficits.
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Familiarity and Race
[4/29/2015]
BizEd: Article about a National Bureau of Economic Research study co-authored by James West, Ph.D., W.H. Smith Professor of Economics in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, which shows that increased contact between majority and minority groups leads to improved attitudes and behaviors. The research analyzed the roommate choices of cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Specifically, researchers looked at what happened when white cadets were assigned black roommates.
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The 25 Business Schools that Offer the Best Education
[4/6/2015]
Business Insider: Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business is recognized in this article as being listed among the top 25 business schools with the best quality of education, as compiled by GraduatePrograms.com. According to the article, more than 10,000 current and former business school students were surveyed.
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The Rise of Mission-Critical Skills: The competencies enabling individuals and organizations to pursue their callings [BBR]
[3/23/2015]
What private-sector business skills are prized by nonprofit organizations?

It’s an increasingly important, but complex question – and one that ought to command the attention of all leaders and managers, regardless of the sector in which their organizations execute their unique missions.
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Researchers Use Roommate Selection Data to Examine Attitudes Toward Minority Groups
[3/16/2015]
Sustainable City Network: Article about a National Bureau of Economic Research study co-authored by James West, Ph.D., W.H. Smith Professor of Economics in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, which shows that increased contact between majority and minority groups leads to improved attitudes and behaviors. The research analyzed the roommate choices of cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy. West, quoted in the article, said the study went beyond surveying cadets and used data to examine their actions. “If the actions of someone can be observed, that’s a much more powerful signal of what they really think,” West said. “Actions don’t lie.”
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Baylor’s McBride Center for International Business Presents Global Business Forum on “The Global Classroom: Issues in International Education”
[3/15/2015]
The ninth annual Global Business Forum, presented by the McBride Center for International Business in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, will be held March 16 to 20, and will examine “The Global Classroom: Issues in International Education.”
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This May be the Way to Eliminate the Biases White Students Don’t Even Know they Have
[2/12/2015]
The Washington Post: This Washington Post blog post features a National Bureau of Economic Research study co-authored by James West, Ph.D., W.H. Smith Professor of Economics in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business, which shows that increased contact between majority groups and higher-aptitude members of minority groups leads to improved attitudes and behaviors. Specifically, the research analyzes the roommate choices of cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor Business Student Studies Effect of Gold Prices on South American Economy
[11/17/2014]
In the summer of 2013, Luke Smith, a former Baylor Business Fellow, member of the honors program and 2014 graduate, served as an economics research fellow in the South American country of Suriname at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) under Baylor alumnus Musheer Kamau. While working at the bank, he assisted on two research projects while also composing and presenting one of his own.
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Acclaimed Baylor Economics Professor to Give Award Lecture
[10/30/2014]
Joseph A. McKinney, Ph.D., the Ben H. Williams Professor of International Economics in the Hankamer School of Business and recipient of the 2014 Cornelia Marschall Smith Teaching Award, will present the lecture “Reflections of Globalization,” in honor of the award on Tuesday, Nov. 4.
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